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Carrot Cake Fried Hokkien Sotong Mee Kway Chap Yong Tau Foo
Review (3)
Level4 2012-10-08
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Kway chapI think kway chap is something very local food to singaporean. but i seldom try kway chap because it's all about the organ and intestine to me, but i'm wrong. The kway (slice shaped noodle) is just like kway teow, come with the braised soup that is quite tasty. The another dish consists of the braised tofu, braised egg, some pig intestine and the pork meat. The tofu is what i love the most, soaked with the gravy that they braised till very fragrant and tasty. I only ate two pieces of the intestine, cant accept the smell but i think that should be quite nice for those who can accept intestine. There are also the mei cai (dry preserved chinese mustard) which is quite delicious. continue reading
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Level4 2010-12-31
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This stall is located along the same stretch with the famous teochew porridge stall (Night owls should know). I ordered a one-person set that includes a plate of pig organs,fishcake and tau pok and a bowl of kway. I love the bowl of kway as the stall owner used chinese herbs to prepare it. At times, I would go for a second bowl as the soup is very tasty! The pig intestine and skin was fresh and thoroughly cleaned. Both were very chewy and delicious. Given the price of $3.50, it is definitely worth the value continue reading
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